Make your own Tattoo! Ages 3+

The boys have always loved getting tattoos at birthday parties.  We decided to try and make our own!  All you need is parchment paper, pencil and washable markers.  You can use sharpies if you want them to last longer.  Place the paper on your arm, grab a wet sponge, and hold the sponge on the paper for 30 seconds.  

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Materials:
Parchment paper
pencil
washable markers ( you can use sharpies if you want it to last longer)
Sponge
water

Kysen wanted a heart.  First you draw the heart with a pencil.  Then color over the pencil with marker. The more marker the better!   

  

Place the parchment paper on your arm with the marker side touching your arm. Hold a wet sponge on it for 30 seconds.  Then remove the paper. 

   

Jalen made a snake.

 

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